A.L. Brown’s boys and Jay M. Robinson’s girls won the South Piedmont Conference’s pre-conference cross country meet Aug. 28.
The Wonders were led by Max Chandler and Timmy Hall, who finished fifth and sixth respectively in the boys' 5,000-meter race at Franke Liske Park.
Robinson’s C.J. Buck won the event with teammates McCann Sheridan and David Evans finishing second and fourth, respectively.
Concord and Hickory Ridge were third and fourth on the boys’ standings.
On the girls’ side, sophomore Natalie Andrejchak won her race by more than 43 seconds.
Hickory Ridge finished second, behind Samantha McLedon’s third-place finish, while Northwest Cabarrus, fueled by Maddie Lowe’s second-place finish, was third.
For full results and standings, visit N.C. Runners.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Monday, August 27, 2012
Khalif Phillips, A.L. Brown
This week's games
Monday, August 20, 2012
B.J. Beecher, ConcordSenior quarterback led the Spiders by passing for 454 yards and seven touchdowns, including five in the first half, in a 62-35 win at West Charlotte.
Hasaan Klugh, Central CabarrusJunior passed for 363 yards and five scores in a 66-31 win against South Rowan. Klugh played for only three quarters and made all his touchdown passes in the first half.
Cox Mill running gameThe Chargers rushed for 305 yards and four touchdowns as a team Friday in their 53-0 win against Harding. Diron Chloe led the way with 104 yards and a score. Tre Knox had 93 and a touchdown.
First Assembly 6 - Forsyth Country Day 0
Concord 62 at West Charlotte 21
A.L Brown 44 at Shelby 0
Central Cabarrus 66 at South Rowan 31
Jay M. Robinson 16 - Lexington 7
Piedmont 17 at Hickory Ridge 23
Mount Pleasant 41 at North Stanly 28
Cox Mill 53 at Harding 0
Northwest Cabarrus (BYE week)
This week's games
East Rowan at Concord
Carson at Northwest Cabarrus
South Rowan at A.L. Brown
Parkwood at Central Cabarrus
Monroe at Jay M. Robinson
Cuthbertson at Hickory Ridge
Mount Pleasant at South Stanly
Friday, August 17, 2012
A.L. Brown defeated Shelby 44-0 Thursday night to kick off the high school football season.
The Wonders’ ground game led the way. South Piedmont Conference co-offensive player of the year Kalif Phillips ran for two touchdowns for Kannapolis.
Dante Pinkston, Malik Patterson and South Rowan transfer Ricky Sherrill rushed for a score each.
Quarterback Keeon Johnson found Keenan Medley for the Wonders’ only passing touchdown.
The varsity game was played Thursday to accommodate the American Legion World Series, which begins Friday in Shelby.
For more results, stay tuned to cabprepsports.blogspot.com. Football scores and updates from fall sports across Cabarrus County will be posted on the blog throughout the season.